Daniel Cox

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Daniel Cox

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Biographical Information[edit]

Daniel Cox (3B)

Daniel Cox has been an independent league infielder.

High School[edit]

Daniel was a 4-year letterman at Channelview High School. He was 1st Team All-District shortstop in 2000, 2001, and 2002. He was named to the Greater Houston All-Star Team in 2002.


Cox attended San Jacinto Junior College for two years where he was 1st Team All-Conference at third base. He was nominated All-American, and was runner up NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year 2005.

Daniel attended Sam Houston State University for one year,

He played third base for the Weatherford Wranglers, and was Texas Collegiate League All-Star 3rd Base in 2006.


Cox started his pro career in 2008 with the Brockton Rox (0 for 5, BB, 3 K) in the Can-Am Association, and the Bay Area Toros (.208/.271/.267) in the Continental Baseball League.

Back with Bay Area in 2009, he was much better, hitting .273/.406/.339 with 39 runs and 48 RBI in 54 games. He placed fourth in the Continental Baseball League in RBIs.

Cox was signed by the Normal CornBelters on February 1, 2010. Daniel was the starter at third base for the CornBelters in their very first game on May 21, 2010 against the Evansville Otters at Bosse Field in Evansville, IN. Cox appeared in all 96 games for the CornBelters during the 2010 season. In that first CornBelters game, Daniel hit the first home run in CornBelters' history with 2 out in the 5th inning. It was a three-run blast.

Cox was second in the Frontier League in hitting with a .323 average, seventh in home runs with 15, and third in RBIs with 78.

Daniel was one of two CornBelters named to the 2010 Frontier League All-Star Game. Cox was also named to the Frontier League post-season All-Star team.

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